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WorldPride and EuroGames in Copenhagen and Malmö, 12–22 August 2021

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Definition of levels in Volleyball


• Level C 

Consists of teams with a very basic understanding of the game and rules but few developed skills.


• Level B-

Teams in B have a solid knowledge of the game and rules.  The players’ skill levels range from advanced beginners to proficient veterans.  All players understand rotational sequence, offensive concepts (5-1, 6-2, etc) and defensive positions, but may be working on improving and solidifying these skills. 


• Level B+

Teams in B+ have a solid knowledge of the game and rules. The players’ skill levels range from advance intermediate to experienced.  All players understand rotational sequence, offensive concepts and defensive positions and can apply them in competition.  Game and player strategies are well understood (running offensive plays, identifying opponent weaknesses, reading opponent’s plays, etc), but their skills may still be in refinement. 


• Level A 

Teams in A have a superior knowledge of volleyball and its rules.  Their skills range from experienced to professionally trained athletes. All the players understand rotational sequence, offensive concepts and defensive positions, and can apply them well in competition.  Game and player strategies are well understood and their games are run at a high tempo. 

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